National Job Fair at Fort Bragg, NC on March 22, 2007

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National Job Fair that will take place at Fort Bragg, NC on March 22, 2007NCOA Host National & Health Services Job Fair at Ft Bragg

The Non Commissioned Officers Association (NCOA), Veterans Employment Assistance (VEA) Department will host a National & Health Services Job Fair on Thursday, March 22, 2007 at the Fort Bragg Officers Club, Building 1-4930 (Armistead & Totten St), Ft Bragg, NC 28310 from 10 am – 2 pm.

Although the NCOA caters to the military community, the job fair is free and open to the public. Over 60 companies will be in attendance and hiring in all industries!  

For the first time many years, VEA has invited Health Professional Recruiters to this event!  If you're looking for a career in the medical field, stop by and visit one of these companies; Amedisys Home Health Services, DaVita, FirstHealth of the Carolinas, Scotland Memorial Hospital and Southeastern Regional Medical Center!  (continued…)

     

Other companies that will be in attendance are: Air Force Reserve, Air Logistics (A Bristow Company), Applied Materials, Asheville Police Dept, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated, Durham Police Dept, Dynamic Aviation, EC III, General Dynamics Info Technology, Gregory Poole CAT, Highway Transport, Inc, Lockheed Martin, Manpower, ManTech International Corp, MASTEC Advanced Technologies, NC Correctional Institution for Women, NC Troops to Teachers, NC Truck Driver Training School, Northrop Grumman Technical Services, Raleigh Fire Dept, Schneider National Inc, Sears Holding Corporation, The Wackenhut Corporation, Winston-Salem Police Dept and many more!

The NCOA is a non profit organization charter by the U.S. Congress in 1960 to support the welfare of all service members of all branches (including the Reserve, National Guard and Coast Guard) and their family members.  In 1974, the Veterans Employment Assistance (VEA) Department was established to help veterans and their family members find employment.  Since 1974, the NCOA has traveled all over the country with its National Job Fair Program connecting job seekers with hiring companies.  Throughout the years, VEA has assisted over 75,000 individuals (military and civilians) with steady, fulltime employment.

You do not have to be a member of the NCOA to attend one of their job fairs.  Just come prepared with plenty of resumes, dress for success and have a positive attitude knowing that you’re coming to talk to a recruiter that may hold the key to your next job!  These companies are definitely looking for job seekers to hire!

The National Job Fair Program supports the NCOA Medical Fund and NCOA Disaster Relief Fund which provides financial relief to our U.S. Service Members and their families in times of need.  Since 1989, over $575,000 has been donated to the Medical Fund and over $187,000 to the Disaster Relief Fund. 

You can visit www.thejobleader.com or www.militaryjobworld.com for a complete list of participating companies or call Tony White, 1-800-662-2620, ext 222 for more information.

Click Here to search for more Job Fairs and the HireVeterans.com Job Fair Calender

 


 

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